The module aims to help existing grassroots clubs become more confident and inclusive towards coaching disabled footballers.
More than 250 coaches and delegates from across the country gathered at St George’s Park to celebrate Black History Month.
More than 200 coaches gathered at St. George’s Park to celebrate the female role models who are driving participation in the grassroots game.
Seven female coaches from across the game are involved in the 2023-24 England Elite Coach Programme.
The ceremonies, held at the National Football Museum and Wembley Stadium, marked the end of the formal learning journey for both courses.
The mentees visited the Bayern Munich Academy to observe training sessions and matches as well as attending workshops.
"I was apprehensive to begin with and found the course quite challenging at the time. But I’m so happy I did it."
“EE Playmaker was a foot in the door towards a career in coaching."
“People come from different backgrounds, that’s the country we live in. I think that makes it a better place."
The conference served as a celebration of Chippy's life and coaching legacy.
We can confirm changes that come into effect from July 2022.
“Without the EE Playmaker course, I wouldn’t be a coach.”
This programme provides former international players with bespoke support to aid their transition into coaching.
“I was the one standing on that sideline, and I’ve taken the jump. I really enjoy it.”
“We’ve got diversity, but we need to make sure everyone is included and feels like they belong."
Bex Garlick provides a tribute to a pioneer of the game - Julie Chipchase.
Jon has been described as a “role model and pioneer” for his role in English coach education.